The 33-year-old actor - who has replaced Charlie Sheen in 'Two and a Half Men' following the troubled star being fired from the lead role as Charlie Harper earlier this year – will be moving in to the plush new trailer during shooting, according to Australian radio station 2Day FM.

With Ashton set to run his production company from the mobile home in between filming, the lavish trailer comes complete with a 60-inch plasma TV, a full bedroom, two bathrooms, a working kitchen, conference area and more than 1,000-square feet of space spread across two floors.

Ashton – who will portray broken-hearted internet billionaire Walden Schmidt in the sitcom – is said to have settled in well on the 'Two and a Half Men' set, and he and wife Demi Moore even threw a party for the cast and crew when the first day of filming wrapped earlier this month.

An insider said: "Ashton and Demi were both cute together and friendly with everyone. Everybody is loving Ashton on the set. He's really coming off like a cool low maintenance guy, and with everything that went down with Charlie everyone is breathing a sigh of relief.

"He jokes with the crew, has no tantrums, he comes in well studied in his lines - it's such a nice change. So far there have been no issues and everyone is really happy with how it's working out. Nobody is missing Charlie right now."
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